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California


POSITION: California State Long-Term Care Ombudsman
DEPARTMENT:California Department of Aging
SALARY: $9,626.00 - $10,721.00 per month
Final Filing Date: 4/1/2021

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Posted March 22, 2021

Iowa


POSITION: Iowa State Long-Term Care Ombudsman
AGENCY: 297 Iowa Department on Aging
CLOSING DATE/TIME: 5/23/2021 11:59 PM Central
SALARY: $60,320.00 - $107,432.00 annually
JOB TYPE: Full-Time
LOCATION: Des Moines - 50319 - Polk County, IA
JOB NUMBER: 21-02662

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Posted April 23, 2021

New Jersey


POSITION: Nurse Investigator and a licensed Clinical Social Worker or Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) 
HOURS: This position is temporary and will last for approximately 9 months with 35 hours per week and the hourly rate is $40.00.
STARTING WAGE: 35 hours per week and the hourly rate is $40.00
CLOSING DATE: Until Filled.
LOCATION: Southern New Jersey area which includes Camden, Atlantic, Gloucester, Cumberland, Cape May, and Salem counties. The desired candidate will reside in this region, must possess a valid driver’s license, and use their own vehicle to travel (mileage and tolls are reimbursed).

SUMMARY OF POSITION: The Office of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman seeks to engage the services of a Nurse Investigator and a licensed Clinical Social Worker or Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) to participate in its COVID-19 Social Isolation Project for the Southern New Jersey region. This is a contracted hourly position, 35 hours per week and the hourly rate is $40.00. The selected candidate will be required to register with the State approved provider of contract services.

This position is temporary, will last for approximately 9 months and will cover the Southern New Jersey area which includes Camden, Atlantic, Gloucester, Cumberland, Cape May, and Salem counties. The desired candidate will reside in this region, must possess a valid driver’s license, and use their own vehicle to travel (mileage and tolls are reimbursed). 

The Nurse Investigator will investigate allegations of abuse, neglect or exploitation of individuals over the age of 60 living in long-term care communities; conduct on-site visits to assess a resident’s personal, social, medical and other needs and recommends appropriate action; note conditions observed during investigations of long-term care facilities regarding personal property, finance, life and safety hazards, residents’ rights, medical treatment and potential physical, sexual or emotional abuse and prepare reports and correspondence related to same; advocates for the rights of residents of long-term care communities and refers identified problems to the appropriate regulatory or law enforcement authorities.

The Nurse Investigator must have graduated from an accredited college or university, have 5 years nursing experience in a long-term care setting, and possess a valid RN license.

If you are interested and qualify, submit your letter of interest, resume, proof of degree and license(s)/certification(s) to:

Lisa Mullen, Chief of Investigation
NJ Office of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman
PO Box 852
Trenton, NJ 08625-0852
Or email resume to:
ombudsperson@ltco.nj.gov

 

POSITION: LTCO Social Isolation Project Staff
LTCO Social Isolation Project staff conduct on-site visits to long-term care residents at nursing homes and assisted living facilities to assess the impact of social isolation due to the COVID-19 public health emergency. Engaging with residents, identifying their needs and making recommendations to facility staff to improve the residents’ lives is the main goal of the SIP. The successful candidate should be an intrepid and outgoing advocate for people living in long-term care and should be willing to travel to multiple facilities throughout the southern New Jersey area every week. 
 
The Licensed Clinical Social Worker or CTRS candidates for the COVID-19 Social Isolation Project must have graduated from an accredited college or university, possess valid licenses/certifications, and have worked in a long-term care setting for at least 5 years. 
 
If you are interested and qualify, submit your letter of interest, resume, proof of degree and license(s)/certification(s) to:
 
Deirdre Mraw, Chief of Staff
NJ Office of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman
PO Box 852
Trenton, NJ 08625-0852
 
Or email resume to:
ombudsperson@ltco.nj.gov

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Posted January 26, 2021